1. Leah Mahan, Producer/Director

    Leah Mahan is an independent documentary filmmaker whose work has been nominated by the Directors Guild of America for Outstanding Directorial Achievement. Mahan's film Sweet Old Song (2002) was featured on the PBS series P.O.V. and was selected by film critic Roger Ebert to be screened at his Overlooked Film Festival (“Ebertfest”). She spent a dozen years making Come Hell or High Water and was invited to work on the rough cut at the Sundance Institute Documentary Editing and Story Lab. Her first film was Holding Ground: The Rebirth of Dudley Street. Aside from ITVS, Mahan’s work has been supported by the Sundance Institute Documentary Fund, Ford Foundation, and W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

  2. Jane Greenberg, Producer

    Jane Greenberg has been working on social issue documentary films since 1996. Much of her work has been broadcast on national public television, including two programs she co-produced: Butte, America, the Saga of a Hard Rock Mining Town (Independent Lens) and Fenceline: A Company Town Divided (P.O.V.) She has associate-produced a number of high-profile documentaries, including the Emmy Award-winning School Prayer: A Community at War. Come Hell or High Water is the first feature documentary she edited. Greenberg continues to freelance and work on her own projects, including Standards of Decency, the story of a mentally retarded man on Mississippi’s death row, which received a Sundance Documentary Fund grant.